A Lt. General's Three-star flag (possibly used as a Headquarters flag), consising of three white stars (each 6¼ in. in diameter) on a deep red ground, machine sewn, overall dimensions 29½ x 20¼ in., including 1½ in. selvage with two brass grommets. SIGNED IN INK IN THE CENTER OF THE MIDDLE STAR (inscription slightly faded). Professionally matted, glazed and in a fine mahogany frame. " /> PATTON, George S., Jr. (1885-1945), <I>Major General, U.S. Army</I>. Patton's personal three-star flag signed ("G S Patton Jr Lt Gen") on a central white star. No place, no date [but undoubtedly signed between March 1943 and April 1945]. <I>A Lt. General's Three-star flag (possibly used as a Headquarters flag), consising of three white stars (each 6¼ in. in diameter) on a deep red ground, machine sewn, overall dimensions 29½ x 20¼ in., including 1½ in. selvage with two brass grommets.</I> SIGNED IN INK IN THE CENTER OF THE MIDDLE STAR (inscription slightly faded). Professionally matted, glazed and in a fine mahogany frame. | Christie's